Igarashi Koichi

Last Updated:2017/03/29

Profile

Main Specialized Research Field

  • Biochemical Engineering

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Career

Academic Awards

  • 2004 Best poster award, BIWIC 2004, Gyeongju, Korea
  • 2001
  • 2013 Outstanding paper award, Journal of Chemical Engineering of Japan
  • 2011 Best poster award, Asian crystallization Technology Symposium 2012
  • 2008 Outstanding paper award, 8th International Conference on Separation Science and Technology, Nagano

Current Research Subjects

Current Specialized Research Field

  • Biochemical Engineering
  • Industrial crystallization

Current Research Subjects

  • Research Subject:Crystallization of pharmaceutical compound, control of crystal polymorph
    Research Field:Chemical Engineering in General
    Keywords:crystallization、pharmaceutical compound、polymorph

Research Achievements

Books・Papers

  • Growth mechanism of the Calcium Carbonate Tubes on a Cation-exchange Membrane
    Type:Paper
    by Single Author or Co-authored:Co-authored
    Date of Publication:2008
    Name of Publisher/Name of Journal:Growth mechanism of the Calcium Carbonate Tubes on a Cation-exchange Membrane
    Volume/Number,Page:116(1):111-114
    Authors:K. Igarashi, M. Takiguchi and H. Ooshima
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Books・Papersclose
  • Growth mechanism of the Calcium Carbonate Tubes on a Cation-exchange Membrane
    Type:Paper
    by Single Author or Co-authored:Co-authored
    Date of Publication:2008
    Name of Publisher/Name of Journal:Growth mechanism of the Calcium Carbonate Tubes on a Cation-exchange Membrane
    Volume/Number,Page:116(1):111-114
    Authors:K. Igarashi, M. Takiguchi and H. Ooshima

Industrial-Academic-Government Cooperation

Specialized Research Field

  • Biochemical Engineering

Research Department

  • Graduate School of Engineering Applied Chemistry and Bioengineering (Applied Chemistry and Bioengineering)

Current Research Subjects

  • Research Subject:Crystallization of pharmaceutical compound, control of crystal polymorph
    Research Field:Chemical Engineering in General
    Keywords:crystallization、pharmaceutical compound、polymorph

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